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6/7/2004

Digital Power Supply

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The PS-10A switch mode power supply (8x5x7 inches) is specially designed to regulate current or voltage for tight tolerance processes at less than 1% ripple at full load (10 VDC @ 10 amps). Current is programmable in 0.001 amp increments.

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The PS-10A switch mode power supply (8x5x7 inches) is specially designed to regulate current or voltage for tight tolerance processes at less than 1% ripple at full load (10 VDC @ 10 amps). Current is programmable in 0.001 amp increments.

The controller can be programmed and used as a stand-alone unit or operated

remotely through the serial communication port (RS 422/RS 485) using ModBus

protocol. A user programmable feature to detect and alarm abnormal voltage variations in the process through a relay output is standard. A 115/230 VAC input power switch is optional.

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